LandVest is known for its exceptional properties, though not all have gotten the media recognition that Six Brier Road in Gloucester has earned. This gloriously restored 1930’s Shingle style retreat has been recognized in regional, national and international magazines, and we can see why. It’s magical. The combination of dramatic siting on the rocky coastline, stone and shingle design, fascinating gardens winding through the rocky coastline, and some ineffable something else makes it a place we find ourselves raving about.
The press concurs. 6 Brier Road has been featured in the Ocean Home Magazine, the New York Times, Architectural Digest, North Shore Magazine, and North Shore Home Magazine.
We love the Gloucester coastline – something about its rugged beauty, seafaring history and the dignity of the classic houses lining the waterfront give the place a great vibe. Gloucester also has a lot to offer, funky restaurants like Short and Main and Sugar Magnolia’s, great walking in the Dogtown conservation area and on the best local beaches Wingaersheek and Good Harbor and Beauport, a brand new gorgeous hotel on Gloucester harbor.
Among the North Shore’s waterfront properties, Six Brier Road is a standout. Come for a visit to see why: listen to the sound of the waves crashing on the rocks below, smell the ocean, get cool on a steamy summer day, meander through the secret garden and meditate in the teahouse. We invite you to take a tour:
For more information on 6 Brier Road or to take advantage of our market-leading knowledge of the North Shore waterfront, contact Sophie Soman or Lanse Robb in our Manchester-by-the-Sea office.